A degree in psychology prepares you for a broad range of career options. Most psychology
graduates pursue graduate degrees in experimental psychology, organizational, clinical,
and counseling psychology. A growing number of our students enter medical school or
law school. However, students are not limited to graduate degrees. They are also
well prepared for entering the workforce in human resources and have skills applicable
for sales and marketing careers.
Most neuroscience graduates enter medical and dental school, while others work in research labs at medical schools, and pharmaceutical or biotechnology companies. Graduates also pursue advanced degrees in neuroscience, biology, chemistry, psychology, and public health.
How to get started:
Schedule one-on-one meetings with your career consultant, who will assess and analyze what you need most. Whether you’re crafting a speech or preparing for a job interview, your career coach is there on the sidelines — pushing you into the game.